My blogging life

It’s almost two weeks since I went to #BML17 and my blogging life is still going strong.  This conference inspired me so much to keep blogging. For about two years, I had thought about going to this conference. At the last minute, though, I would chicken out and make excuses as to why I wouldn’t have been able to go anyway.  This year I thought, if I don’t go now, I’ll never go. And I made it and I want to go to more! Continue reading “My blogging life”

#BML17 and still on a high

I’m still reeling from #BML17. It was my first time at a blogging conference and it was so amazing. I wasn’t totally sure what to expect and what I was hoping to achieve by going there. Maybe some tips for my blog as I am looking to make some changes or maybe meet a few people. If all else fails, go to some courses that were on, keep my head down and hopefully learn a few things. Continue reading “#BML17 and still on a high”

Youngest daughter is now off to school

I can’t quite believe that my youngest daughter is now off to school. Today is the last day of half days for settling into school. From next week both my daughters are at school. Freedom! Woo hoo!  A little part of me is quite glad that school has started and we can get back into a routine. Another part of me is feeling a bit sad that this phase of childhood is over. It’s strange when something is over I want to go back and recapture it, hold onto it a little bit longer. Continue reading “Youngest daughter is now off to school”

The Price of Privilege – Madeline Levine, Ph.D.

The Price of Privilege is another parenting book highlighting the plight of parenting in this day and age. The author is a psychologist who treats a lot of wealthy family kids – especially teenagers.  The case studies themselves are enough to make you feel unbelievably sad and unhappy. It gets you thinking about your childhood and that of your kids.  You hope and pray that you are doing everything right and the doing your best is enough. But there are so many little incidents that ring true that make you think, is that me? Will that happen to my girls? Continue reading “The Price of Privilege – Madeline Levine, Ph.D.”

Back from sunny Fuerteventura

This year we decided to go on holiday for 10 days to sunny Fuerteventura. I was a bit unsure about 10 days.  Wouldn’t we get bored? What are we going to do for 10 whole days in the same place? But it actually went quite fast.  Continue reading “Back from sunny Fuerteventura”

Summer Holidays are coming….

Most summer holidays so far, I’ve tried to plan and re-plan and schedule the holidays as best as possible. This is so that the girls are not completely bored and also so they don’t forget what they have learnt so far.  However, this summer holiday I’ve not planned anything at all. This summer holiday I’ve decided to just go with the flow and see what happens. Continue reading “Summer Holidays are coming….”

My kids favourite Indian fish recipe

My kids love this Indian fish recipe. I generally don’t like cooking much and if I had a choice between cooking and cleaning I think I’d prefer to clean every time. However, I do cook and as soon as I had kids I made extra effort to cook, especially with all the purees and weaning. Continue reading “My kids favourite Indian fish recipe”